|Etymology||Genus||Arched spikes, referring to the curving flower spikes|
|Species||After the Malay name for palm|
|Synonyms||Cyrtostachys lakka Becc.|
|Common Names||Lipstick Palm, Sealing Wax Palm|
|Status||Native: Critically Endangered|
|Native Distribution||Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, and Borneo|
Cyrtostachys renda can be easily identified by its multi-stem form and reddish crown-shaft and leaf-stalks.
Form of the Lipstick Palm.
Crown-shaft is reddish.
Entire length of the petiole to the mid-vein is reddish.
The inflorescence spikes.